She seemed sitting there ready to beat time to his applause, nod her head to it as to a childish strain of jigging music.
The weight furnished with hooks, used in jigging (which see).
When I tried to box, to fence, I was one whirling, jigging incapacity.
It is too cruel to tag her round after me, jigging this way and that like the skiff there in our wake.
Then he went on jigging away, to the great delight of his audience,—no one observing the captain or us.
At one time a system of washing, screening and jigging is employed.
This is called "jigging," and unless it can be stopped, the result is fatal.
"We're jigging on pretty much as usual," Bertram said at Philippe's.
From jigging veins of rhyming mother-wits, And such conceits as clownage keeps in pay.
In one minute the whole company—including the priest, some said—was jigging it lustily.
"lively dance," 1560s, perhaps related to Middle French giguer "to dance," or to the source of German Geige "violin." Meaning "piece of sport, trick" is 1590s, now mainly in phrase the jig is up (first attested 1777 as the jig is over). As a verb from 1580s.